In the new Marvel movie “Eternals”, there is a segment that is worthy of global attention.
At 1 hour and 24 minutes, the movie shows a black man kneeling down and repenting of the nuclear explosion in Hiroshima.
This black man is the Eternals in the movie setting, and they teach advanced technology to mankind.
After the nuclear explosion, the black man began to regret teaching technology to mankind.
The idea that this segment wants to express is nothing more than that the world should repent of the Hiroshima nuclear explosion, especially the United States.
But isn’t this “humiliating beauty”?
Had it not been for the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hiroshima and Nagasaki would not have been bombed by atomic bombs, but Marvel movies ignored this premise.
“Eternals” began to be full of humanity, justice and morality, asking the world to reflect on this tragedy. Isn’t this an insult to the United States?
I believe that the American veterans will be silent when watching this segment. What is even more surprising is that this is actually a film produced by the US itself.
Is Japan already strong enough to make the United States begin to reflect on itself?
Obviously impossible, this scene in “Eternals” depends entirely on the Japanese screenwriter behind it.
Both screenwriters of “Eternals” have a quarter of Japanese descent, and they are also cousins.
So they insisted on adding this segment to “Eternals” and persuaded the director.
The Marvel movie’s blatant “insult to the United States” by entraining private goods has also aroused heated discussion around the world.
Because this insult is not only the United States, but also all countries that were persecuted by Japan and other Axis powers during World War II.
If the world wants to reflect on the Hiroshima nuclear explosion, should it also reflect on the Soviet Union’s defeat of Germany?
This kind of behavior that goes against history cannot be accepted by the international community anyway.
There is no doubt that Japan is an ambitious country.
Only after being bombed by the atomic bomb and defeated in the war, it condensed its ambitions and began to disguise itself.
And after so many years, Japan seems to feel that the time is right.
They began to try to break through the blockade, from secretly developing armed forces to cultural invasion of other countries and whitewashing of World War II crimes.
Japan is quietly preparing for the “return.”
Japan’s behavior is indeed bold, but people did not expect it to be bold enough to reach out to the United States.
It is Japan itself that should really reflect on it!
He shouted injustices everywhere to win sympathy, but he never reflected on why only Japan suffered a nuclear strike in the world.
Perhaps as netizens have said, Japan has never reflected on war, but should not be defeated.
Now it wants to wash away the crimes of World War II, but it is just breaking the chains to prepare.
Once his World War II behavior is rationalized, then it is only natural to upgrade the Self-Defense Forces and expand the armed forces.
If the world does not contain it in time, a global war of cholera may break out again.
Therefore, the crimes committed by Japan in World War II must not be washed away!